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Stop Snoring Now
Stop Snoring Now

Do you have a snorer in the house (maybe it’s YOU)?

Check out a new called Snorelab.

It records you while you sleep and tracks your snoring on a graph that shows you the intensity of your snoring as the night dragged on.

You’ll see when you snored the most, when you were the quietest, how long it took you to fall asleep and more.

The app also gauges how effective different snoring remedies you try really are.

If you go to sleep for a few nights wearing those nose strips, the app will show you whether they’ve actually improved your snoring…you can track the results of all the different methods you try.

If you’re kept up by snoring every night, it’s worth a try, no>

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